Rajput by Eva Ulian

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“Son of a King!” So the name of “Rajput” signify and the scenario where the adventures of these invincible warriors becomes enacted is “The Land of Kings” as the name of Rajasthan embodies.

A Rajput is set apart from other warriors by his chivalrous code of honor and tradition. Many are the names of valiant Rajputs that have been heralded through the ages from father to son. Many are they who fell, steel in hand so to prevent their Kingdom, Mewar, from being conquered by the invader. Many too are the Rajput women whose presence alongside their warriors shaped the course of destiny, unhesitatingly, choosing death to dishonor.

“Rajput” reads with the ease and pleasure of a work of fiction, yet every detail, inference, and fact has been meticulously researched revealing, as yet, the untold wonder of an amazing past that would otherwise be left smoldering in its own ashes.

“The history of Rajasthan is so colorful, vibrant and eventful it needs to be recorded with love and care. Although not a student of history, yet the stories of valor, beauty, intrigue and war excite me. Such history as yours will be a valuable addition to students and researchers.” Neelabh Pandit, Associate Professor, English - Alwar, Rajasthan

About Eva Ulian

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Eva Ulian is a teacher, translator, painter, writer and since 1994, historical researcher at A.R.S. Studio of Architecture, Italy. She gained her Teacher's Certificate from The Victoria School of Manchester University and her B.A. in English from London University. She interacts with her friends on Twitter and Facebook with enthusiasm.
Published March 23, 2010 by WestBowPress. 212 pages
Genres: History, Travel. Non-fiction

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